I don't mean to sound rude, and I trully want to help you, but, once again, you need to make a little
I already understood from your previous posts which is your goal. If you READ the whole topic again with detail, I already wrote about your general options.
Do not confuse backup, imaging, and cloning tools.
Image tools make an exact "image" of your partition/disk. You save the image file somewhere, usually an external HDD or spanning it on several DVD's.
Imaging tools may serve you for cloning and/or for backup.
Cloning means making a byte-to-byte or sector-to-sector copy of your partition/disk to another partition/disk, with no "image" in between.
Backup means making a copy or archive of specific files/folders.
YOU need to choose which method you want to use, according to the pros and cons I already wrote. All the 3 methods can potentially accomplish what you want to do. Once YOU choose 1 of the methods, I can help you further.
If you want a CLONING tool, there are several options included in UBCD.
If you want an IMAGING tool, then the Clonezilla live cd you wrote about is ONE of several options available. Additional options available are: a) using the PartedMagic section of UBCD; b) using Seagate's software for imaging your HDD (Seagate owns Maxtor, your HDD's brand); or c) any other imaging tool that includes some recovery CD/DVD/USB "offline" method (there are many options if you prefer this one).
If you want to use an IMAGING tool, as I already wrote you will need to format your second HDD first, and then run the imaging tool (Clonezilla, Seagate's version of Acronis True Image, or any other you prefer).
If you want a CLONING tool, as oppose to an IMAGING tool, then instead of "formatting" your second HDD, you should "wipe" it. After wiping your target HDD, you run the cloning tool. Finally, you disconnect your target HDD (you can't use it simultaneously).
The last 2 paragraphs are general steps. Each method, imaging or cloning, has its pros and cons. Both
methods can accomplish what you want to do.
According to your system, your needs, your resources, you need to choose which method you want to use. I have my own preferences, according to my needs (if you prefer to just use my own preferences, just say so; but I think it is better for you to decide according to your own resources/preferences). Once you choose a method, considering their pros and cons, then we move on to the specifics.
I know that maybe for a "first-timer" the concepts of cloning, imaging and backup sound "the same".
"If you ask, your ignorance will last several minutes. If you never ask, you will be ignorant forever".
So ask whatever you don't understand and I'll try to help you. But read carefully the previous posts first, so eventually you can make a decision.
Eventually, your questions will help others too.